Fall 2013 Jewelry Stringing

Jewelry making at its best: explore 75 projects, 100 hot materials in the annual shopping guide, discover smart tips for marketing your handmade jewelry, and more packed into the fall issue of Jewelry Stringing magazine.
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75 must-make projects and 100 of the hottest jewelry making tools and supplies – get ready to be inspired by the Fall 2013 issue of Jewelry Stringing magazine. Be blown away by the stylish and inspiring jewelry designs for fall (and all year long)!

Uncover all the hot jewelry making supplies you won’t want to be without. Filled with 100 of the best chain, cord, beads, and more, find something you’re sure to adore. Don’t be caught without this resource packed jewelry magazine.

Kick your designs up a notch! Be inspired by the 75 featured jewelry designs that take a fashionable spin on four categories. Let your inner bohemian goddess out with seven jewelry projects featuring unfinished gemstones in beautiful and unique ways. Rethink how you design with pearls with these showpiece accessories that are anything but your grandma’s pearl necklaces. And with a fun collection of gold jewelry, prepare to fall in love with this year’s hottest metal, just in time for the fall season filled with rich colors.

Order this magazine packed with the jewelry making info you won’t want to be without:

  • Make a fashionable chain and stone lariat with Beading on a Shoestring for a steal: under $10!
  • Learn about marketing strategies every jewelry artist needs to know from jewelry entrepreneur Nina Cooper in Sell & Tell.
  • Explore 18 knock-out bracelet designs, and 27 exceptional earrings.
  • Add amazing elements to your jewelry designs with the featured Technique! Expertly tie a lark’s head knot, perfect for securing beads to cords.
  • And much more!
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